Crude/NGL Reserves 2006-7

All Financial Data in US Dollars.
Oil & Gas Operational
 Key Operating Data
  Reserves
     Total Oil/NGL Reserves (mln bbls) Data Growth
  2006 2007 2007
       Baytex Energy Corp. 84 99   +17%  
       Bellatrix Exploration Ltd. 10 11   +11%  
       Bonavista Energy Corporation 54 64   +18%  
       BP Plc. 9,781 10,073   +3%  
       BP Plc. (Hess) 9,781 10,073   +3%  
       Canadian Natural Resources Limited 3,169 3,353   +6%  
       Cenovus Energy Inc. - 827   -  
       Chevron Corporation 8,249 7,523   -9%  
       Chevron Corporation (Hess) 8,249 7,523   -9%  
       CNOOC Ltd 1,488 1,564   +5%  
       Connacher Oil and Gas Limited 42 55   +32%  
       ConocoPhillips 6,939 6,541   -6%  
       ConocoPhillips (Hess) 6,939 6,541   -6%  
       Equinor ASA 2,423 2,389   -1%  
       ExxonMobil 11,568 11,074   -4%  
       ExxonMobil (Hess) 12,275 11,074   -10%  
       Gulfport Energy Corporation - 25   -  
       Harvest Operations Corp. 102 114   +11%  
       Husky Energy Inc. 567 552   -3%  
       Imperial Oil Limited 1,530 1,493   -2%  
       Inpex Corporation - 413   -  
       Marathon Oil Corp. 677 1,071   +58%  
       Maurel & Prom SA 46 49   +7%  
       Murphy Oil Corporation 300 307   +2%  
       Nexen Inc. 823 828   +1%  
       Obsidian Energy Ltd. 225 227   +1%  
       Occidental Petroleum Corporation 2,243 2,224   -1%  
       Paramount Resources Ltd. 6 6   +11%  
       Pengrowth Energy Corporation 101 131   +30%  
       PetroChina 12,161 11,847   -3%  
       PTT 156 196   +26%  
       Royal Dutch Shell 5,331 3,776   -29%  
       Sinopec 3,293 3,024   -8%  
       Statoil (US GAAP pre merger) 1,675 -   -  
       Suncor Energy Inc. 2,417 2,515   +4%  
       Total 6,471 5,778   -11%  
       Total (Hess) 6,471 5,778   -11%  
Reserve Restatement 2007
In 2007, Occidental completed an exchange of oil and gas interests in Horn Mountain with BP for oil and gas interests in the Permian Basin and a gas processing plant in Texas. Occidental also sold its oil and gas interests in Pakistan to BP in 2007. In 2006, Ecuador terminated Occidental’s contract for the operation of Block 15, which comprised all of its oil-producing operations in the country, and seized Occidental’s Block 15 assets. Occidental has classified its Horn Mountain, Pakistan and Ecuador operations as discontinued operations on a retrospective basis and excluded them from all tables in the Supplemental Oil and Gas Information section.

The restated figure is 2243 mmbls where it was previously 2264 mmbbls.